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Gluecifer, from left to right: Stu Manx, Raldo Useless, Biff Malibu, Danny Young and Captain Poon
Background information
Origin Oslo, Norway
Genres Hard rock, garage rock revival
Years active 1994-2005
Labels White Jazz
Associated acts The Hellacopters
Members Biff Malibu
Captain Poon
Raldo Useless
Stu Manx
Danny Young

Gluecifer was a hard rock band based in Oslo, Norway. Formed in 1994, they produced several underground releases during their first years of existence and soon claimed to be "kings of rock".

In 1997, the album Ridin' the Tiger (released on record label White Jazz) provided an artistic and commercial breakthrough and placed Gluecifer among Hellacopters from Sweden at the forefront of the Scandinavian hard rock wave of the late 1990s. Basement Apes, their fourth album, saw them signing with Sony Music, and Automatic Thrill became their biggest-selling record to date.

The band played at the 2004 Quart Festival as warmup for Monster Magnet.

In July, 2005, the band announced their break-up.

In 2006, Captain Poon startet his new band Bloodlights.

Last line-up[edit]

Former members[edit]

  • Sindre Wexelsen Goksøyr – guitar (1994–1996)
  • Anders Møller – drums and percussion (1994–1997)
  • Jon Average – bass (1994–2000)



  • "God's Chosen Dealer" (1995)
  • "Leather Chair" (1997)
  • "Shitty City" (1997)
  • "Dambuster" (1997)
  • "Mano-a-Mano" (1998)
  • "Lard Ass Hagen" (1998)
  • "Go Away Man / Rockthrone" (1998)
  • "Get the Horn" (1998)
  • "The Year of Manly Living" (1998)
  • "Boiler Trip" [Splitsingle Gluecifer/Electric Frankenstein] (1998)
  • "Rock N' Roll Asshole / Evil Matcher" (1998)
  • "Get That Psycho Out of My Face" (1999)
  • "Rock & Roll" [Splitsingle Gluecifer/Murder City Devils] (1999)
  • "Lord Of The Dusk / Titanium Sunset" (1999)
  • "The General Says Hell Yeah" (2000)
  • "Easy Living" (2002)
  • "Losing End" (2002)
  • "Reversed" (2002)
  • "A Call from the Other Side" (2004)
  • "Here Come The Pigs" (2004)

EPs and compilations[edit]

External links[edit]